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We Will Put Smiles On Your Faces
…District 10 Representative Aspirant Promises Residents

Montserrado County, District 10 Representative aspirant, Solomon W. Watkins has vowed to keep putting smile on the faces of residents, especially the youth and kids of the district when elected comes 2023.

According to him, there is a need for an inspiring leadership within Montserrado County Electoral District 10 especially in such difficult economic time in Liberia.

He said Liberia is currently challenged and bulk of the citizens particularly residents of the district are finding it difficult to feed themselves, send their children to school and meet other daily needs.

“Our District needs people like me to help us move ahead. We need to put smile on the faces of our residents and to do that, we need a leadership that is ready to transform this district. This is why we are well-positioned for such a change,” Watkins intoned.

Hon. Watkins make the promise-on Monday, December 26, 2022 during a Christmas party organized under his auspices for more than one thousand and five hundred kids and parents of the district who have gathered in separate localities, Assemble of God Mission High School in Divine Town and Tarr Town Community Hall to grace the occasions.

Christmas is celebrated on December 25 each year as a Christian holiday. But in Liberia, the event was celebrated on Monday, December 26, 2022, a day after the main celebration.
Residents of the District under the banner, the Watkins Initiative for Nations (WIN) had organized the event to identify with kids of the District.

An organizer of the gathering at the A.G.M High School on Monday, Tina Abigil Whian said the program was intended to make the children feel happy. According to her, WIN has always been in the business of creating programs that will bring life to the people of District 10.

“We will always help our people whenever we identify needs,” Tina noted.

For her part, Caroline M. Roberts of Tarr Town Community averred that WIN has done more for the people of District 10 and the Christmas party is another way of the organization to identify with residents of the district, especially the kids.

Meanwhile, parents who attended the event thanked Watkins for being innovative and supportive of activities in the district and communities while they also praised him for his selfless leadership demonstrated over the years.

Many referenced his tuition free skill training program which has immensely impacted lives of residents of the district.

Watkins runs six skills and empowerment centers across the township of Congo Town, particularly District 10 on a 100% tuition free basis. Skills offered are: Driving, Pastry, Tailoring, Cosmetology and Interior Decoration for three months. Learners only have to acquire his/her uniform as registration to benefit from this program.

In the words of Mr. James Leviticus Kollie of Gaye Town Community who took his kids to the after X-mas party: “We will always thank people who are doing good for residents of our district and communities.

Hon. Watkins is a good man and his good will never go unnoticed. We are with you in this.”
Another resident, David Myers of Keyhole Community described the event as an identity of true humanity. For him, the district 10 Representative Aspirant is always true to his words.

“You have never told us anything that you haven’t done. On this day, I wish to thank you for seeing reason to identify with our kids. We wish you all the best in 2023 Hon. Watkins,” Mr. Myers noted.

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